MD Guide – Implantology

Don't change anything with your current procedure!


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Because a millimeter can make a REAL difference, MD Guide provides you a mesio-distal guidance when placing implants. Each of the 5 pilot drills features a cylinder. The diameter of this cylinder matches the mesio-distal dimension of the tooth you have to replace.
The analogs (non-drilling guide) will also allow you to simulate the presence of the future prosthetic teeth when placing several implants.
MD Guide eliminates the need for making a surgical guide.

This intro kit includes:

1. 5 assorted drills
2. 5 assorted analogs ( non-drilling guides).
3. 1 autoclavable box.
4. Instruction for use.

Concept

 
Don't change anything with your current procedure. MD Guide offers you a mesio-distal guidance when placing implants. Each of the 5 drills features a cylinder with a diameter that matches the mesio-distal dimension of the tooth you have to replace.

When placing this cylinder against the adjacent tooth (Fig.1), you are sure that your implant will be perfectly positioned. MDGuide avoids having to make a surgical guide. If you have to place several implants, place one of the 5 analogs (non-drilling guide) in the first orifice made as previously explaned. (Fig. 2).

This analog will simulate the presence of the future prosthetic tooth and can be used to create the next hole with another MD Guide. If necessary, continue the steps to even make a full arch !

Download the cleaning and sterilizing advices for MD Guide (pdf)
 
  • DON'T CHANGE ANYTHING WITH YOUR CURRENT PROCEDURE
  • 2 IN 1: PILOT DRILL AND SURGICAL GUIDE IN ONE!
  • ELIMINATE THE STRESS AND THE FRUSTRATION OF MISPLACING YOUR IMPLANT!

Clinical Cases/Videos

Clinical cases (SIADOUS DDS, PLAN DDS - France) No more stress of misplacing an implant !


1- 25/26/27 missing 2- opening of the site (bone graft) 3- Drilling with premolar guide
4- Insertion of the analogue (non drilling guide) 5- Drilling with molar guide 6- Control with 2 analogues
7- alignment control
before final drilling
8- implant insertion 9- post-operation

Faqs

MD Guide is cumbersome, it's impossible to visualize the position of the tip!

Of course, because of the presence of the cylinder guide, MD Guide is a little bit more cumbersome than a conventional pilot drill, BUT:

1. When using MD Guide, the goal is not to visualize the position of the drill because it might induce a chance to make a parallaxes error. The goal is actually to be physically guided by a reliable abutment, that is, the adjacent tooth or restoration.

2. When using a conventional surgical guide that is usually considered as more secure than drilling freehand, the visual access is even worse than when using MD Guide.

3. When we made all the videos available on our website, with no artifices, we were able to get a good visual access for the cameraman, for the cameraman, for the nurse and sometime for a photographer without bothering the practitioner in achieving his operation. So we guess finding a comfortable visual access shouldn't be a problem for you.